The results of Attorney Todd Tracy’s latest crash test were recently unveiled at the 2018 Texas Auto Body Trade Show in Fort Worth, Texas.
The association’s mission statement is: “To serve our members and the state of Kansas through leadership, education and initiatives that further uplift the professionalism and business conditions of those engaged in our state’s collision industry for the safety and knowledge of the consumer.”
Attorney Todd Tracy recently issued a scathing response to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) analysis of his December crash tests.
In the wake of the John Eagle Collision Center verdict, Ford Motor Co. commissioned an independent test of two frequently replaced F-150 aftermarket crash parts to determine if they would meet the automaker’s “dimensional design specifications.”
NORTHEAST 2018 is just days away, and the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) is diligently working to put the finishing touches on what is expected to be the largest show in the event’s more than 40-year history.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has a different take on the recent crash tests that attorney Todd Tracy commissioned to show the disparity between OEM and aftermarket parts.
The video focuses on crucial details of the Seebachan v. John Eagle Collision case, including depositions, trial and decision-making information presented to the jury that led to the precedent-setting verdict.
During a Feb. 17 presentation at the Midwest Auto Body Trade Show in Altoona, Iowa, Tracy explained that he wants to represent body shops in individual lawsuits against insurance companies for short-pay grievances, not class-actions.
The upcoming Midwest Auto Body Trade Show will focus on “the current climate” of the collision repair industry, according to the Iowa Collision Repair Association (ICRA).
The show’s lineup of educational sessions will emphasize the importance of proper repairs.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Illinois (AASPI) will bring in two heavyweights – Mike Anderson and Todd Tracy – for its annual meeting, which is why the organization is calling it a “knockout event.”
Insurance companies “pressure and downright bully” collision repairers into using cheaper aftermarket crash parts. Now, attorney Todd Tracy says, there’s scientific data to prove that insurers are putting profits over safety when they push non-OEM parts.